Set One (Acoustic)
1 Hey Hey What Can I do (Led Zep) [05:05]
2 Lost My Way [05:22]
3 Bluebird (Steven Stills) [05:36]
4 Strange Lullaby [04:36]
5 Criminal [05:31]
6 Sugaree (Greatful Dead) [07:15]
7 For the Song [04:48]
8 I Wish I Wish (Cat Stevens) [03:41]
9 Grip [06:25]
10 See To [08:46]
11 Go to a Show [08:58]
1 Cabin John [13:25]
2 Whatever [12:02]
3 Escalator [11:54]
4 Anchor [08:30]
5 The Core (Eric Clapton) [08:00]
6 Down [09:23]
7 Life's Been Good (Joe Walsh) [08:59]
1 Leave a Message [09:50]
2 In Deep [14:00]
3 Going Mobile (The Who) [04:31]
4 Windowseat [08:36]
5 Candyman (Greatful Dead) [08:10]
6 Float [04:06]
7 Lucy Down [11:44]
1 Apeman (The Kinks) [03:40]
2 Water [11:40]
3 (Thank You!!!) [01:38]
4 Sad >Bittesweet Symphony*> Sad [12:00]
5 Ride a Wave [11:34]
6 Wind Won't Blow [08:45]
7 Could you Be Loved (Bob Marley) [08:50]
8 Life During Wartime (T. Heads) [08:45]
Note: The last two years Strangefolk let the fans
choose the covers played at the Eden Festival.
Collection StrangefolkBand/Artist StrangefolkVenue The Garden of Eden Festival (Haystack Mountain)Location Wilmington, VTSource SBD > Tascam DA-P1Lineage DA-P1 > Phillips CDR-775 > EAC (no errors) > mkwACT > .shnTaped by Chris McKearneyTransferred by Ed Maier
September 2, 2011
My favorite band
Like a mixture of Led Zeppelin, the Grateful Dead and Phish. This show is amazing, and the recording is great.
DOWNLOADERS NOTE: As with at least some other Strangefolk MP3s on the archive, the categories for the tracks are not labeled (e.g. track numbers are not matched to disks), and you will have to do quite a bit of labeling yourself in order to preserve the show's sequence, let alone identify what track's you'll be listening to. This is EXTREMELY ANNOYING, but the show is so goddamn good that I still have to rate it a 5. Normally I down-rate when crap like that happens.
July 26, 2011
What a fun band & what a great show--DEFINITELY worth listening to &/or downloading.
Great sound, & very cool of the band to allow their fans to pick the covers they wanted to hear. Good stuff indeed . . .
October 28, 2008
Still my favorite....
I still go back to this show. Def my favorite of the Strangefolk (part 2) nights. Just an amazing night. I will never forget it.
May 27, 2005
You should trust all of the reviews of this show. It is really exceptional. The sound quality is almost perfect in my opinion. The song selections and performance are inspired and indicative of a band having a great time playing music they love. 4 discs -- I wish there were more!
April 12, 2005
Thank you. The music you have created is fantastic. My experience listening to your music is amazing. Great Show. Thanks again.
October 22, 2003
Wow very nice
While I have not seen Strangefolk alot, this has to be one of the finest shows I have heard anywhere.If anyone out there is curios about this band this is definitely worth the download. The band really shines from start to finish.
July 4, 2003
What a solid Show, incredible.Sound is excellent
A must have.
October 9, 2002
Such a solid representation of what this band can do. Really nice! Now that the chemistry is set with the new band, I hope people realize what they are missing. Sounds great as well. Great choice of covers. GO FANS!
October 7, 2002
GET THIS SHOW!
This is an incredible performance that really showcases the phenomenal talent this band has. Every time I see them I'm amazed how much their musicianship improves and this show absolutely dropped my jaw! There is a great selection of covers from Buffalo Springfield, Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton and many others. The original songs were played with such craft and ingenuity that great songs somehow got even greater! Not to mention the otherworldly jams sprinkled throughout! Add soundboard quality to the mix and that equals a must have show!
October 3, 2002
Awesome covers, Strangefolk post Reid
First off, the cover songs and the playing in this show are fantastic. My personal favorite is the "Sugaree" during the acoustic set.
The sound quality is very good, although a little dry, probably as a result of the soundboard (although, this is a personal preference).
It seems like Strangefolk has made a full comeback (and new-found progress) since the loss of former guitarist and vocalist Reid Genauer. The first Strangefolk show I saw without Reid disapointed me... the sound was foreign yet unmistakably "Strangefolk without Reid and with someone else instead"... To my pleasant surprise, this Garden of Eden recording depicts, to me anyway, a Strangefolk that has grown and matured into its current sound. Fear not, the Strangefolk sound remains without a doubt, but the songs, old and especially new, match the band playing them.